Sep 24, 2019

Local Heroes Come to the Rescue of Local Animals

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2020 Madison Firefighters Calendar benefits Dane County Humane Society

Madison area firefighters are coming to the rescue of animals at Dane County Humane Society! Madison Firefighters annually produce a calendar with proceeds benefitting local non-profit organizations. The 2020 Madison Firefighters Calendar will benefit DCHS. The calendar will feature Madison area firefighters alongside their pets, rescue pets, and Dane County Humane Society alumni animals.

Calendars will be available online, at DCHS’s Main Shelter, DCHS’s Thrift Store, select Mounds Pet Food Warehouse locations, and at area businesses for $20. All funds raised will support DCHS and the over 9,000 animals which come into their care every year.

DCHS was the benefitting organization of the Madison Area Police and Fire Charity Ball hosted by Fire Fighters Local 311 and the Madison Professional Police Officers Association. The ball was held on Saturday, November 2, 2019 at Monona Terrace.

Purchase Your 2020 Madison Firefighters Calendar!

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Sep 8th, 2021

Clear The Shelters Adoption Event a Spectacular Success

The Clear The Shelters adoption event sponsored by NBC15 and hosted by DCHS sent home more animals in two days than during the previous week.

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Sep 7th, 2021

For the Love of Bats

It’s the perfect time of year to exclude bats from homes. If you have bats in your attic or other spaces on your property, consider doing this task before cold weather comes.

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Sep 6th, 2021

Learning Kindness from Animals

In addition to fostering kittens and working on the Bark & Wine committee, Kim Leja has chosen to ensure DCHS’s future with a legacy gift.

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Sep 1st, 2021

No Two Days Are The Same

Congratulations to our June Employee of the Month, Kaitlyn Zimmerman!

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Aug 4th, 2021

Preparing Your Pets in Case of Natural Disasters

Oftentimes, we can get caught up in the routines of our daily lives. However, as Benjamin Franklin once proclaimed, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.

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Jul 30th, 2021

DCHS Monitors Bird Disease Reported in Several States

No Wisconsin cases verified, victims include blue jays, grackles, starlings and robins

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